He'll keep it until he's Apple-y married. Yeah. We went there
HUMANS COMING... LOOK BUSY... THEN ARM LASER CANNONS...
Musk wants YOU to live on Mars. Just don't expect to come back anytime soon
But can it master the American Smooth?
And move over Tay. This one already knows how to go commando
Don't let any onetel ewe other wines
A reminder of what reality TV has been missing: bald men and sarcasm
But for us there's only one true Jarvis
Technique could switch memory cells in a trillionth of a second. Which is quite fast
It's almost like being in front of the telly
We're actually a little bit scared of it
Have you ever Gdansk with the devil by the pale moonlight?
Professor Barry Brown on how the games we play connect to the world around us
Robin Farmanfarmain talks to INQ about how often the best doctor is you
Green light Google goes but red light run reveals gash in Google's 'gate
Someone's got to kill the babysitter
But 'solving' Windows 10 might take longer
... and a Raspberry Pi
A deformed string of DNA
Could be used to find plot holes and say you saw them coming
Well, sort of. How obscure do you want?
Researchers tout milestone as 'a dream' of nanotechnology for 20 years
This is the age of pre-interview Botox
The fairy tale ending from the entertainment bot
Piton processor aims to make servers run more efficiently and cheaply
And if you say 'that medal is phoney' they'll be able to say 'it used to be'
Possibly not the next one, maybe the one after the one after the one after that
Yo, where are all the ladies at? (Not you, Matilda)
Pressure and movement-based WatchMI interface makes tiny displays less fiddly
Spam, Bum-Axes and bin bags as Sir Killalot pierces itself
Parents have nothing to watch when it gets cold and can't tell anyone
All the action, none of the Zika virus
But will the artificial neurons be up to a big night out?
Quantum mechanics could dramatically improve data storage capacities
MIT paves way lightweight lithium-air battery without drawbacks
3D stacking to take over when transistors can't be shrunk any further
Breaking ground, not Breaking Bad
Doubters ... CEASE
Storage today, Windows-branded Jurassic Park tomorrow
It's like Hampton Court for euglena
Confused 'processor' with 'wardrobe'
Something else for carriers to blame poor reception on
Demonstrates the potential use of atoms as the building blocks of circuits
The top 10 stories from the past seven days
Boffins get to the core of a CPU problem
Core blimey heck, more like
Researchers have got their MITs on some funky light physics